We understand that your needs are unique, which is why we offer tailored solutions to help you meet the demands of your industry
Designer Furniture for the discerned Individual.
We value our trade partnerships and strive to offer exceptional customer service and support to all of our trade clients. When you partner with Louw Roets, you can trust that you'll have access to the very best in product quality, pricing, and availability, as well as dedicated support from our trade team.
To apply, simply fill out our contact form with your business details and a three contactable trade references. Our trade team will promptly review your application and get back to you with the next steps.
Thank you for considering Louw Roets as your partner in trade. We look forward to working with you and helping you achieve your business goals.
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Ideation is the creative process of generating, developing and exploring new ideas, concepts, and solutions for a design project. It involves brainstorming, research, experimentation, and prototyping to create multiple options and select the best one.
Presentation, on the other hand, is the stage of the design process where the chosen design concept is communicated to stakeholders or clients through visual, written, or verbal means. This can involve creating detailed design specifications, sketches, renderings, 3D models, or interactive prototypes to help convey the design intent and functionality.
Prototyping is the process of creating a preliminary version or model of a design concept. It allows designers to test and evaluate the functionality, usability, and aesthetics of a design before moving forward with production. Prototyping can involve creating physical or digital models, mockups, sketches, or wireframes. Through the prototyping process, designers can identify potential issues, gather feedback, and refine the design to improve its overall quality and effectiveness.
The process of transforming raw materials or components into finished products using various techniques, equipment, and processes. The manufacturing process typically involves a combination of manual and automated processes, including cutting, shaping, molding, welding, assembling, and testing. The goal of the manufacturing process is to produce high-quality products that meet the desired specifications in an efficient manner.